The undercover officer's name
Officer agreed to take 400 cases of this spirit
Officer agreed to take 200 cases of this spirit
Officer agreed to take 200 cases of this spirit
What were the spirits being transported in?
The court was satisfied the agent had not acted as an _____ provocateur
The offences were already ____ on
The defendants were convicted of ________ stolen goods
A plan for carrying out the offences was already clearly...
The undercover officer had adhered to the _______ 1-4
what month did this happen?
what hit the twin towers?
where was the attack?
which building was hit first?
200 of these were killed
3,000 were killed
who was thought to be involved?
what other building was distroyed?
18 people were rescued
who wrote an article about 9/11
US$100 million was distroyed
The CIA had a
F16 pilots went on a
6.5 hectares of buildings were
A bombing in
a 9/11 memorial monument
meeting rescheduled the night before
boy stole an airplane and flew it into the
The prisioners ate this and soup
The only son
The youngest of the Wiesel children
Dreamed of going to haifa with Elie & Yossi
They walked here from auschwitz
Elies inheritance was a knife & a ___
The town were Elie Wisel grew up
Elie wanted his family to move here
The reception center for auschwitz
He tried to warn the jews in sighet: ___ the beadle
Elie had surgery on his ___
Elie's fathers first name
Jews had to wear this to be identified as jews
The german security police
The jewish new year
Jewish musicans were not allowed to play this composers music
This movement rescued the prisioners at buchenwald
Elie Wiesel grew up in this town
The germans arrested the jewish leaders on seventh day of ___
Resembled a large railroad station
Told Elie he had n9t been written down
They liberated the men in the hospital
Elie did not do this on Yom Kippur
It ___ during the entire evacuation march
German jew who headed the block at buna
A small town on the Czechosolovakian border
These people beatted up the jew
Mr. Wiesel diedbin this camp
Mr. Wiesel had this ailment when he died
Mr. Wiesel did not recognize this cousin
This term is an order issued by the Supreme Court directing the lower court to send records for a case in which it will hear an appeal
This term is a written statement submitted by the lawyer for each side in a case that explains to the judge why they should decide the case in favor of that lawyer's client
This is a court decision in an earlier case with facts and laws that are similar to a case in a court at the time that will usually govern the decision of a later similar case, unless a party can show that it was wrongly decided or that it differed in some significant way
Permission given to a person who is poor and cannot afford for the case to go to the Court
Has the power to review the judgment of another lower court with an appeal
Area over which the court has authority to decide case
A judge of the supreme court of a country or state
A promise to tell the truth
The decision of a judge or jury
A written opinion by one or more justices that agrees with the verdict but wants to put it in own words
A disagreement between parties that is resolved by the court(This is what goes to court)
One party writes this because they disagree with the court's decision asking another court to decide if the trial was conducted correctly
An opinion written by a justice that disagrees with the majority opinion
A punishment ordered by a court for a defendant who has committed a crime
The person accused of a crime
An opinion agreed on by over half of the justices
Latin means "friend of the court" a people interested in influencing the outcome of a lawsuit but not an actual party
A place where cases are decided during a tribunal
a court of justice
The highest court in the United States
The Patriot soldier also had greater motivation, or sense of purpose. The British relied on ______ to fight for them. The Americans called these mercenaries "Hessians"
They placed great value on liberty and personal freedom. After rejecting the rule of the British Parliament, they were unwilling to _______power to their own Continental Congress.
To meet this need, the Congress established the Continental Army, which depended on the states to ______ soldiers.
The Continental Army also had a hard time finding officers—qualified military commanders. Some were young men who were recruited from the ranks. The best officers had experience from ______, or earlier, wars.
In February 1778, France declared war on Britain and sent money, equipment, and troops to _______ the American Patriots.
Many soldiers became sick and died. Other men _______,or left without permission. Some officers quit. The Continental Army seemed to be falling apart.
The amount of bills was greater than the supply of gold and silver backing them. This led to ______, which means that it took more and more money to buy the same amount of goods.
. Other northern states soon took similar measures. Still, the ______ of slavery would remain unsettled for many years.
. British vessels formed an effective ________, keeping ships from entering or leaving American harbors.
A _______ is a privately owned merchant ship outfitted with weapons.
They also saved the key port of Charles Town, South Carolina, from the British. Although this was a small battle, its _______ on the rest of the war was great.
Another section joined Francis Marion's raids. Greene combined his forces in March. Greene's army was forced to retreat, but the British ______ great losses in the process.
Washington kept his new _______, or plan of action, secret. He wanted Clinton to think the Patriots still planned to attack at New York.
The British were trapped. American and French forces began a ______they blocked off the British supply and escape routes.
There would be a few more clashes on land and sea. However, the defeat at Yorktown convinced the British that the war was too costly to _______, or proceed with.
When someone has had so much to drink that they lose control of themselves.
The intoxicating constituent of wine, beer, spirits, and other drinks, and is also used as an industrial solvent and as fuel.
A mutual support organization for the families and friends of alcoholics, especially those of members of Alcoholics Anonymous.
An addiction to the consumption of alcoholic liquor or the mental illness and compulsive behavior resulting from alcohol dependency.
The habitual misuse of alcohol.
The process of ceasing to drink.
An alcoholic drink made from yeast-fermented malt flavored with hops.
An alcoholic drink made from fermented grape juice.
Strong distilled liquor such as brandy, whiskey, gin, or rum.
Alcoholism can casue this type of cancer.
Alcohol, especially hard liquor.
A deterioration in someone's state of health after a temporary improvement
Driving while under the influence of alcohol.
A measure of how much alcohol is contained in an alcoholic beverage.
A major ingredient of beer.
Weight that is gained in the abdominal region from drinking alcohol.
The legal age for someone to drink.
An alcoholic spirit of Russian origin made by distillation of rye, wheat, or potatoes.
An alcoholic liquor distilled from sugar-cane residues or molasses.
A clear alcoholic spirit distilled from grain or malt and flavored with juniper berries.
This college degree typically takes 4-6 years to complete.
One way to pay for college is by using _________.
This degree is often awarded at community colleges and takes on average 2 years to complete.
A __________ is a degree offered at a university after you have obtained a bachelor’s degree.
Which college entrance exam is run by College Board and has a score range of 400-1600?
What type of financial aid must be paid back and often with interest?
The FREE application for financial aid required by most institioons of higher education in order to determine financial need for grants, loangs, and institutional scholarships.
A _______ is free money that does not have to be paid back after graduation.
______ allows you to work part-time on or close to campus in order to financially assist you while you are taking classes.
A field of study at a college is a _______________.
1st amendment right
1st amendment right
1st amendment right
1st amendment right,
1st amendment right
Government may not establish a religion
this amendment forbids search and seizure without a warrant
to tell on yourself
the 6th amendment says you need an _____
the 8th amendment says no cruel and unusual ____
according to the 14th amendment anyone born in US is_____
No state can take away your right to _____
This court case resulted in separate but equal
this court case stopped segregation
Tinker v Des Moines guaranteed students free______
to believe a crime may have been committed
when everyone agrees
The highest court in the US
In Miranda v Arizona, you have to be told your ______when arrested
A form of government, allowing the people to rule.
The Magna Carta was a ______ signed by King John because of the nobles resistance to change. hint: (word starts with a d)
________ democracy is a system where people govern themselves. In places with large populations this democracy is not practical.
Direct Democracy is meant for places with smaller populations. In places with more people, leaders are chosen to govern the people for them. This is called __________ democracy?
Parliament became a lawmaking body, otherwise known as a _________.
You are born with certain God-given rights, they include the right to live, to freedom, and to own property. They are not just called God-given rights, you can also refer to them as __________.
________ exist between government and the people, and in a ________ people agree to give up some freedom to be ruled by government, the government also has a promise to protect the people's rights.
The Pilgrims knew they had reached a land that had no English government. In order to survive and form their own government they drew up a compact. This compact was called the?
Some wanted to come to america but were too poor is this case many came as ________. American colonists agreed to pay for their trip to America, feed them, and provide them with shelter. In return the _______ worked for the colonists until their debt was paid off.
A Puritan would be an example of religious ________. A ________ is a person who opposes commonly held views.
In the middle colonies they grew large quantities of wheat to sell rather than eat. This wheat was a type of __________.
In the Southern colonies, on the coastal plain the most notable job was owning a large farm where workers planted, tended, and harvested large fields of crops. These farms were called ________.
Colony leaders urged colonists to _______, or refuse to buy British goods.
One of the Townshend Acts allowed general search warrants. So British officials used these to fight people who were illegally moving goods in or out of the country. What is the certain term for this problem?
The congress chose a group of people to construct a document to explain to the world why the colonies should be free. John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Robert Livingston, and Roger Sherman were on the committee and Thomas Jefferson wrote the document. What is this document called?
There was a tough argument between the colonies. Not everyone wanted to split with Great Britain, some remained loyal to Britain and the king. Congress _______ what to do for months.
12 colonies met in Philadelphia to plan how they were going to react to the Coercive Acts. Each colonies had _______, or representatives to speak their ideas.
Citizens have responsibilities but they also have _______. Some of citizens _________ are that they have to attend school, obey laws, pay taxes, and serve in court.
The colonies expanded westward and once they moved into areas claimed by France. War broke out. The French joined with some Native American groups and tried to drive the colonies backward. What was this conflict called?
Enlightenment thinkers pressed people to question accepted political authority. This political movements produced a strong spirit of _________, or personal freedom.
Face of the Women's Suffrage movement.
1st President during the Progressive Era (1901-1909)
2nd President during the Progressive Era (1909-1913)
President during World War I (1913-1921)
Started investigative journalism
Wrote, "The Jungle".
The 16th Amendment pertains to the _____ tax.
The 17th Amendment allows for the direct election of _____.
The 18th Amendment prohibited the consumption of _____.
The 19th Amendment allowed for ______ to vote.
When voters add an item to the ballot. This is called an _______.
The actual vote that takes place during the initiative is called _____?
The ability for voters to have a new election to replace a local official already in office is called?
To search for or expose real or alleged corruption, especially in business and politics.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Women's Christian Temperance Union
Founded the NAACP
Founded the Hull House
Mozart's father, Leopold, was a conductor, composer, and music teacher in the ___________ of Salzburg's Court.
Young Mozart spent many hours listening to his sister, Maria Anna, play the ________ and by the age of three he could play it too.
By the age of six, Mozart had already composed his first piano ________.
Leopold Mozart decided to take his talented children on a musical tour of ______.
Mozart married _______ _______ when he was 26 and they had two sons.
Two of Mozart's most famous operas are "The Magic Flute" and "The _______ __ ______"
By the age of _________, Beethoven had already written his first composition.
Beethoven has studied music with both Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and ______ ______ ______.
Beethoven was well known as a virtuoso ________ long before he was recognized as a great composer.
Beginning in the late 1790's, Beethoven began to lose his hearing. One of his greatest works, the _______ ________ was written when he was completely deaf.
Early in his career, people thought Beethoven's music was to strong, too forceful, and hard to ________.
Musicians since the middle ages were sponsored by patrons, either the church or a wealthy ________.
________ was the most important element in a composition and it was usually given to an easy to hear instrument.
Musicians were hired to skillfully display their talents as a composer and performer with music that reflected the "_____ __ ___ _____"
Music composed in the classical period _______ national boundaries, meaning that it was not identifiable with a particular country or region.
Franz Joseph Haydn was know as the "Father of the _________"
In 1740, Haydn was admitted to a boarding school where singers were trained for the emperor's court in _______.
In 1761, Haydn began work for Prince ________ in Austria and soon was put in charge of all court music.
From 1791-1794 Haydn wrote his last twelve symphonies called the "______ Symphonies" while in England.
The "________ Symphony" is one of his most famous pieces. It uses loud kettle drums to wake up anyone who may be sleeping.
Haydn's _______ of instruments in his orchestra formed the basis for modern symphonic orchestras.